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TripAdvisor, the world’s largest travel site*, today announced its annual Travellers’ Choice awards for restaurants across the globe. In total,353 fine dining restaurant winners were identified, including the top 25 in the world and dedicated lists for Asia, Canada, China, Europe, India, South America, South Pacific, the U.K. and the U.S.

Nikhil Ganju, Country Manager, TripAdvisor India says“Congratulations to the winning restaurants. For a while now, Indian chefs and Indian cuisine have been on a path of ascendancy on the global gastronomical stage – with 3 Indian restaurants being ranked by discerning global travellers on the Asian list of top fine dining restaurants, this is a great moment that calls for celebrations. Also, when global travellers start loving the best restaurants that locals enjoy, one knows something good is happening”.

“We are indeed proud that ITC’s culinary brands continue to garner appreciation in the country and are abetting India’s recognition on global platforms. We value the integrity of the TripAdvisor rating platform, that facilitates an integral interface for us, with our guests and are happy to be recognized through this medium” said DipakHaksar, Chief Operating Officer, ITC Ltd-Hotels Division.

Travellers’ Choice awards honor top travel spots worldwide based on the millions of valuable reviews and opinions from TripAdvisor travellers. Award winners were determined using an algorithm that took into account the quantity and quality of reviews for restaurants worldwide, gathered over a 12-month period.

What the travellers have to say!

1. Indian Accent, New Delhi(397 reviews)
“Amazing food / unconventional presentation and varied flavours”: It’s a small little restaurant tucked into a quiet corner in Delhi’s Manor Hotel. The Chef ShantanuMehrotra was a delight to talk to, He met us and checked our likes and dislikes. We ordered the fixed menu. The first thing that strikes you is the food presentation. It is unconventional to say the least! Minni blue cheese naans to Duck cornetto to carrot soup and pork ribs all were well made, flavourful and experimental. The chuski served in a miniature pressure cooker (see pic) gave us a much needed break from eating before the main course. The main course of Lamb shank was awesome and the choice of house wines was good with Sanagtorres red and a savignon blanc from New Zealand. The servers were smart professional and very helpful. Overall a very good experience.Reviewed by a TripAdvisor traveller from New Delhi, India.

2. Peshawri, Mumbai, Maharashtra (453 reviews)
“OMG! One of the Best!!!”:Where do I begin??! Peshawri is one of my MUST-GO places whenever I’m in Mumbai. No trip of mine to this wonderful city is complete without at least 1 visit. The food is ‘to-die-for’ and the service is pretty good too. Authentic north Indian cuisine. If you are a large group try the big Peshawri naan. Also recommend the mixed platter as a starter and of course the mandatory paneer dish in the main course! Don’t miss this if in Mumbai!!! Reviewed by a TripAdvisor traveller from Dubai, UA.E

3. Bukhara, New Delhi(1,202 reviews)
“Amazing Experience”: This place was recommended to me as THE place in New Delhi to eat. As I live in London, I like to think I’m pretty discerning when it comes to Indian cuisine – and this place lived up to its reputation. They have a great menu for single diners that allows you to try a bit of everything. My favourite dishes were the dal and the butter naan. Special thanks to my waiter Praveen who provided truly excellent recommendations, as well as flawless and friendly service. Reviewed by a TripAdvisor traveller from Toronto, Canada.
1. Indian Accent, New Delhi(397 reviews)
2. Peshawri, Mumbai(451 Reviews)
3. Bukhara, New Delhi(1200 Reviews)
4. Villa Maya, Thiruvananthapuram (Trivandrum) (188 Reviews)
5. Dakshin , Chennai (Madras)(213 reviews)
6. Dum Pukht, New Delhi(168 reviews)
7. Karavalli, Bangalore (151 reviews)
8. Thai Pavilion, Mumbai(181 reviews)
9. Nawab Saheb in Renaissance Mumbai Convention Centre Hotel, Mumbai (138 reviews)
10. Prego, Hyderabad (128 reviews)

Annexure:
1. Indian Accent, New Delhi(397 reviews)

Review:

“Amazing food / unconventional presentation and varied flavours”: It’s a small little restaurant tucked into a quiet corner in Delhi’s Manor Hotel. The Chef Shantanu Mehrotra was a delight to talk to, He met us and checked our likes and dislikes. We ordered the fixed menu. The first thing that strikes you is the food presentation. It is unconventional to say the least! Minni blue cheese naans to Duck cornetto to carrot soup and pork ribs all were well made, flavourful and experimental. The chuski served in a miniature pressure cooker (see pic) gave us a much needed break from eating before the main course. The main course of Lamb shank was awesome and the choice of house wines was good with Sanag torres red and a savignon blanc from New Zealand. The servers were smart professional and very helpful. Overall a very good experience. Reviewed by TripAdvisor traveller from New Delhi, India

2. Peshawri, Mumbai(451 Reviews)

Review:

“OMG! One of the Best!!!”: Where do I begin??! Peshawri is one of my MUST-GO places whenever I’m in Mumbai. No trip of mine to this wonderful city is complete without at least 1 visit. The food is ‘to-die-for’ and the service is pretty good too. Authentic north Indian cuisine. If you are a large group try the big Peshawri naan. Also recommend the mixed platter as a starter and of course the mandatory paneer dish in the main course! Don’t miss this if in Mumbai!!! Reviewed by TripAdvisor traveller from Dubai, UAE

3. Bukhara, New Delhi(1200 Reviews)
Review:

“Amazing Experience”: This place was recommended to me as THE place in New Delhi to eat. As I live in London, I like to think I’m pretty discerning when it comes to Indian cuisine – and this place lived up to its reputation. They have a great menu for single diners that allows you to try a bit of everything. My favourite dishes were the dal and the butter naan. Special thanks to my waiter Praveen who provided truly excellent recommendations, as well as flawless and friendly service. Reviewed by TripAdvisor traveller from Toronto, Canada

4. Villa Maya, Thiruvananthapuram (Trivandrum) (188 Reviews)

Review:

“Fabulous food in rustic scenic surroundings”

Every dish is carefully made to perfection. Be very specific with your choice and your steward will wow you. Spoke to the chef also. Surroundings are typical local flavour of the British raj. An experience one should not miss.Reviewed by TripAdvisor traveller from New Delhi, India

5. Dakshin , Chennai (Madras) (213 reviews)

Review:

“Sensational food and Phenomenal service”: I have to tell you this is one of the best restaurants I have been to in India. This is my first trip to Chennai and lot of my colleagues were raving about this restaurant. I will be honest I went there with no expectations what so ever but I should say I had the best experience while dining out. Actually I felt like I was being served at home. The waiters were very courteous and were very friendly in their approach. Suresh and Hemath made our evening a very special one. During our conversation with the waiter he found out it was my wedding anniversary and immediately organized for a cake. I was very touched with their caring nature. Now the food! I do not have words! It was simply irresistible. I had mentioned that I’m not a big chilli eater at the beginning and the chefs carefully crafted the food for me. It was delight to have the just right taste for me. I definitely recommend this food for anyone in this world. Overall a very happy and satisfying experience and I definitely wanted to share this with anyone who reads this. I’m glad I went to this restaurant and will definitely come back during my next visit. Thanks to all! Reviewed by TripAdvisor traveller from California, United States

6. Dum Pukht, New Delhi (168 reviews)

Review:

““First class service to match the bill but maybe not the food”: 1st thing to say is the food was good and the bill NOT as large as at the LaLit the next night but still twice what a better meal in Pune had cost the day before.I guess the locals go to see who is also there – apparently a smattering of Bollywood folk. Since I’d not recognise any of them my focus was the food. Biryni cooked under a pastry top to keep the steam in was equal and no better to countless indian buffets serving biryani, Prawns were lovely and well cooked, beer came out of the bottle as it should. Staff were attentive and explained what was what and made recommendations. All in my impression was “good, not excellent”, trading on “the place to be seen” more than achieving outstanding cusine and charging based on the hype over substance.”Reviewed by TripAdvisor traveller from Edinburgh, United Kingdom

7. Karavalli, Bangalore (151 reviews)

Review:

“Very good food, very nice garden setting (behind the hotel)”:There were two Karavalli’s listed on TripAdivsor but only this one has the correct address (the other one does not exist). After searching for this restaurant we found it in a garden setting down a hill behind the hotel, very pretty with garden seating. I was eating dinner with an Indian and although we asked for mild spice (in deference to my western palate) it was still pretty hot for me, but great flavors. We had Sungatache Kodi which was a prawn dish with ground coconut and spices ,excellent for using the breads in the sauce. And we had mutton dish which was very good (although the hotter of the two dishes). As a digestive we were served a salty spice broth which I really enjoyed although I had to drink it slowly due to the spice level.Reviewed by TripAdvisor traveller from Dallas, Texas, United States

8. Thai Pavilion, Mumbai (181 reviews)
Review:
“Amazing food …”: The Thai Pavilion, one of the restaurants of Vivanta President is one of the best Thai restaurants. The food is just amazing and the ambience is fantastic.Reviewed by TripAdvisor traveller from Warwick, United Kingdom

9. Nawab Saheb in Renaissance Mumbai Convention Centre Hotel, Mumbai (138 reviews)

Review:

“Tons of good food…”:The basic idea here is to put you in a descent ambiance, then give you a ton of really good food. Simple. You can choose a mix, veg, or non-veg Prix Fix meal. Service was fine, but frankly, I was so scared every time they walked up that I’d be given more food that I probably didn’t pay much attention.Reviewed by TripAdvisor traveller from New York City, New York

10. Prego, Hyderabad (128 reviews)

Review:

“Consistently Good Food and Service”:I usually order the chicken picatta and the garlic bread. The garlic bread is really a super-thin pizza type bread – delicious and addictive. The pastas and risottos are also excellent. Do try the Sunday Brunch so that you can sample a variety of pastas and other wonderful dishes. Service is always prompt and impeccable.Reviewed by TripAdvisor traveller from Midwest

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